Deep dark and dangerous book summary
SURVIVING THE GREAT RECESSION: BOOK REVIEW - DEEP DARK AND DANGEROUS - not recommendedIt is 7 points and pages. This is a very scary stories and a very big mystery. One day Ali starts looking through old boxes and finds a photograph, she reconizes two people her mom and Dulcie when they were little. Since she wants to figure it out she will only have two monthe to do so because she is staying with her cousin in the same house her mom and Dulcie used to visit. One day when Ali and Emma were playing outside they meet this girl named Sissy.
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October was ideal for delving into all the scary books and movies leading up to a great thrill and scaring ourselves silly. Then, as time continued, the same effect occurred that has been hitting children of all ages for at least a decade now: desensitization. Not much is really scary now, even though many years ago nightmares would be triggered by the simplest of ghost stories. Deep and Dark and Dangerous may very well have succeeded in bringing a little hauntingly scary thrill back into the traditional ghost story. Ali is a year-old girl who has lived most of her life with the traumas of a manic-depressive mother stifling a good portion of her breathing room.
Although her mother is reluctant to let her go, she eventually agrees. Ali keeps finding evidence of a little girl who was most likely her mom and aunt's friend and the only hint to her name is T from a torn photograph. But when she asks her mom and then her aunt about her. They both claim to have no memory of another girl. But Ali suspects they may not be.
Book Review: Deep and Dark and Dangerous by Mary Downing Hahn
It all starts with a torn photograph, tucked in a Nancy Drew mystery, that year-old Ali finds, as she is digging through a box of old books from her grandmother's house. It's a picture of her mother, her aunt and someone else. Just an arm shows in the picture and on the back of the photo someone has written Claire, Dulcie and T Ali heads to the kitchen to ask her mom about the mysterious T and suddenly her mom is shrill and tense and slamming her bedroom door with a headache. Ali's life turns when her Aunt Dulcie shows up to ask if Ali can come to the old cabin in Maine to watch her young cousin Emma this summer. For Ali this is a chance to escape her mother's control Mom and Aunt Dulcie are quick to say neither one of them can remember the other girl in the photograph.